After we were finished with the Riverwalk and downtown, we checked into the hotel and took a nap.Continue reading “Lansing, Michigan – Part 4 – Dinner and Michigan State University”
Yes, I said days. I had an unexpected day off on Valentine’s Day so Hubby and I went out. Then I took the boys out on Friday which is a rare occurrence now that they are older.Continue reading “My Valentine’s Days”
I have had blood sugar problems off and on for 20ish years. Sometimes it will rear it’s ugly head and sometimes it’s okay.Continue reading . . .
If I could have had a crystal ball of what life would have been like now in 2019, I would not have expected how much but how little my life has changed.Continue reading “How has life changed in 5 years?”
Many years ago, I would visit the Dayton Masonic Temple, as it was known, for Rainbow events. We were only ever allowed on the first and basement. The top floors were off limits and forbidden because we were girls. That was the men’s area.Continue reading “Dayton Masonic Center – Lots of Photos”
I wish I could truly show you all of the snow we’ve had since mid January. The amount is at or above our usual average amount of snow. Usually we get a total of around 16 inches.
One snow storm dropped 8 to 9 inches of snow! For us, that is an awful lot of snow.Continue reading “Not a Typical Winter – mid January to early February”
While we were in the museum, it rained. The rain had stopped by the time we got out of the museum so we walked along their riverwalk which was cool.
The Dayton Dragons, our minor league baseball team, play the Lansing Lugnuts so we stopped at the exterior of their stadium. There were a couple of cool statues that I enjoyed photographing.Continue reading “Lansing, Michigan – Riverwalk and Downtown -Part 3”
Currently the majority of the United States is going through a really bad cold snap. It’s as though Elsa is mad at us.
Now the Dayton, Ohio region is not as cold as other parts of the United States. At this current moment, 10:17 am on January 30, it’s -7 degrees. Are you serious?!?!?Continue reading “Free to Anyone Who Wants It”
After we were finished walking around the Capitol Building’s grounds, we went to the R.E. Oldsmobile Museum. The Oldsmobile automobile was started in Lansing which I thought was neat.
Did you know the band R.E.O. Speedwagon was named after the Oldsmobile company? I can’t remember the exact story of why they chose the name. However, that tidbit of information was interesting to me.Continue reading “Lansing , Michigan – Part 2 – R.E. Oldsmobile Museum”
Before I begin my post this was a Writer’s Workshop idea from almost 2 weeks ago, I was intrigued by the idea so I wrote my own Where I’m From.
I am from lots of tomatoes and bananas because that is what my parents could afford, from the land of Hershey chocolate and the Abigail, my Cabbage Patch doll who still resides in my somewhere in my house.Continue reading “Where I’m From”